Kasich’s ASTONISHING Result In Arizona Primary Reveals The State Of His Campaign

There are only three Republican candidates left in the presidential race: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and John Kasich.  The field has been whittled down from the initial 17 candidates.  Despite there being three remaining candidates, only Trump and Cruz have a statistical chance to secure the GOP nomination.

After his only victory in Ohio, Kasich revealed that he is remaining in the race only to try and keep enough delegates from both Trump and Cruz so that the Republican nominee will be hand-picked by the establishment at a brokered convention.

Kasich’s plan of staying in the race to steal delegates is not going so well either.  According to Breitbart, Kasich did not even place in the top 3 in Arizona’s primary on Tuesday.  He lost out to Rubio who dropped out of the race weeks ago. Kasich garnered 52,464 votes in Arizona while Rubio had 70,515 votes. 

Kasich should give serious consideration to exiting the race.  If stealing delegates against the will of the American people was not a bad enough plan, failing to even beat out candidates whom have left the race has the potential to be a political career killer.

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